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  • Information for "xAP Home Automation protocol" - xAP Automation
    content page Yes Page protection Edit Sysops only Move Sysops only Edit history Page creator Jamest Talk contribs Date of page creation 19 24 30 April 2006 Latest editor KevinH Talk contribs Date of latest edit 11 00 19 June 2015 Total number of edits 18 Total number of distinct authors 2 Recent number of edits within past 91 days 0 Recent number of distinct authors 0 Page properties Transcluded

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  • Hubs - xAP Automation
    on a computer is allowed to connect to an IP port and receive data xAP data is sent over the LAN using UDP packets on port 3639 The job of a xAP hub is to listen for xAP messages on port 3639 and distribute them to the other xAP applications running on the computer The hub and the application negotiate a local dynamically allocated port to communicate over when the application starts up Hub Choices There are two variants of hub in common use Edward Pearson s Net 2 0 based hub for Windows xFx Express Hub available from here This hub replaces various earlier hubs based on xAP Framework Net v1 and v2 Patrick Lidstone s lightweight hub runs under Linux as well as Windows requires CygWin dll can be found here Other Non Dedicated Alternatives Whilst operating more than a single xAP application on a single PC requires a Hub to be operational some xAP applications offer a built in hub role if no hub is detected when they start Applications developed using xAP Framework gain this functionality from the framework The preferred approach however is to install dedicated a xAP hub on all computers on the home

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  • Getting started - xAP Automation
    case this doesn t occur and all firewalls will be slightly different you should ensure that any xAP application is listed as an allowed application Nearly all the times that problems have been reported where xAP isn t working have been down to firewalls blocking messages so it s worth checking How it works While the technicalities are unimportant the conecpt on how xAP works is Every time any xAP application says something all other xAP applictions hear it This is quite diffenet to other systems Take for example a simple CallerID device You would normally connect it to an application and all use of it would go via that application If you wanted to use a second application with it you couldn t as the device could not be shared The same setup with xAP would not only allow the device to be shared with other applications on the same computer but would as in xAP everything hears everything share the device with your entire network A side effect of this is that typically xAP applications do not have plugins they tend to run as seperate applications So don t worry if you find you are running lots of small applications rather than one big application with lots of addins this is prefectly normal and also more reliable as it removes that single point of failiure that most systems face Applications There are many xAP Applications and what you will install fist is going to depend on what you want to achieve but the applications will be mainly one of 2 types A connector These connect to a piece of hardware or software and allow it to function on a xAP network They often allow the reporting of information to a xAP network but also allow the xAP network

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  • Log in - xAP Automation
    to XAP Automation Username Password Forgot your password Keep me logged in Help with logging in Retrieved from http www xapautomation org index php title Special UserLogin Navigation menu Personal tools Log in Namespaces Special Variants Views Actions Search Navigation

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  • View source for Getting started - xAP Automation
    application In case this doesn t occur and all firewalls will be slightly different you should ensure that any xAP application is listed as an allowed application Nearly all the times that problems have been reported where xAP isn t working have been down to firewalls blocking messages so it s worth checking How it works While the technicalities are unimportant the conecpt on how xAP works is Every time any xAP application says something all other xAP applictions hear it This is quite diffenet to other systems Take for example a simple CallerID device You would normally connect it to an application and all use of it would go via that application If you wanted to use a second application with it you couldn t as the device could not be shared The same setup with xAP would not only allow the device to be shared with other applications on the same computer but would as in xAP everything hears everything share the device with your entire network A side effect of this is that typically xAP applications do not have plugins they tend to run as seperate applications So don t worry if you find you are running lots of small applications rather than one big application with lots of addins this is prefectly normal and also more reliable as it removes that single point of failiure that most systems face Applications There are many xAP Applications and what you will install fist is going to depend on what you want to achieve but the applications will be mainly one of 2 types A connector These connect to a piece of hardware or software and allow it to function on a xAP network They often allow the reporting of information to a xAP network but also allow the

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  • Revision history of "Getting started" - xAP Automation
    bottom Legend cur difference with current version last difference with preceding version M minor edit cur last 00 20 14 October 2008 Jamest Talk contribs Getting started cur last 23 31 13 October 2008 Jamest Talk contribs cur last 02 46 31 July 2008 Edward Talk contribs Getting started cur last 11 29 21 May 2007 Edward Talk contribs Getting started cur last 16 16 1 May 2006 Jamest Talk

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  • Pages that link to "Getting started" - xAP Automation
    File File talk MediaWiki MediaWiki talk Template Template talk Help Help talk Category Category talk Filters Hide transclusions Hide links Hide redirects The following pages link to here View previous 50 next 50 20 50 100 250 500 xAP Home Automation protocol links View previous 50 next 50 20 50 100 250 500 Retrieved from http www xapautomation org index php title Special WhatLinksHere Getting started Navigation menu Personal tools

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    The page size changed by this number of bytes Show last 50 100 250 500 changes in last 1 3 7 14 30 days Hide minor edits Show bots Hide anonymous users Hide logged in users Hide my edits Show new changes starting from 02 41 26 April 2016 Namespace all Main Talk User User talk XAP Automation XAP Automation talk File File talk MediaWiki MediaWiki talk Template Template talk

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